“We try to manage uncertainty. We try to predict the future and in that process we’ve become too reductionist. We’ve got to become much more accepting of ambiguity, of doubt, of uncertainty. We mustn’t expect that we can model the world and predict it with accuracy. We have to be open to teh world with all its confusion and chaos and difference and complexity. And then try to understand what that means and why.” — Noreena HertzAB
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